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DoD Director of Defense Media Activity Slated for GV Expo Keynote

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WASHINGTON—Video and other forms of new media are becoming more prominent tools for military organizations and Ray Shepherd, director of Defense Media Activity at the U.S. Department of Defense, will speak about it firsthand at this year’s Government Video Expo.

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The DMA is a worldwide media organization that serves as a direct line of communication to U.S. forces, civilians, contractors and families to provide them with news, information and entertainment on a variety of media platforms, including television, internet, social and emerging technologies. Shepherd will discuss how the DMA is doing this in his keynote, “From Combat Camera to Emerging Internet: Innovation at DMA,” on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

For more information or register for GV Expo 2017, visit the GV Expo website.

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